Nintendo’s Wii U still has not had it’s official release date and pricing revealed. However, we know that the console is expected later this year. And now a forum post on Italian website, MarioCastle.it, from a poster claiming to be a developer for Ubisoft Milan has “leaked” the details. A lot of them.
Here is what he had to say. The Wii U should support DirectX 11 and will come with 2GB of RAM, 560MB of which will be dedicated to the OS. The launch date is November 23rd and it will cost between $350-$450. Graphics are powered by the AMD Radeon HD 6770 chipset. The console will also come with preinstalled software from developers like Crytek, EA and Valve.
Take it all with a grain of salt for now. We should learn more soon and when we do we will let you know.
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